[amsat-bb] AMSAT @ White Mountain Hamfest (Show Low AZ), this Saturday

Richard Tejera Saguaroastro at cox.net
Wed Jun 1 22:51:42 UTC 2016

Are there any good SURpasses during the hamfest? I thought the favorable passes are still in the evening?

It's a busy day for me but I may be able to work an early pass.

Rick Tejera K7TEJ
Saguaro Astronomy Club
Thunderbird Amateur Radio Club

On June 1, 2016, at 12:14, "Patrick STODDARD (WD9EWK/VA7EWK)" <amsat-bb at wd9ewk.net> wrote:


I will have an AMSAT table at the White Mountain Hamfest in Show Low,
Arizona, this Saturday, 4 June 2016. The hamfest will be at the Show Low
City Hall parking lot, south of US-60 and west of AZ-260 in the center
of Show Low. This is a half-day hamfest, scheduled to end "noonish"
(around 1900 UTC).

During the hamfest, WD9EWK will be on various satellite passes for on-air
demonstrations of satellite operating. Please call WD9EWK if you hear me,
and be a part of the demonstrations. The hamfest site is in grid DM44.
All QSOs will be uploaded to Logbook of the World after the hamfest, and I
am happy to send QSL cards to anyone who wishes to receive a card. Please
e-mail me the QSO details to get a card. If you're in the log, I will send
a card. No need to first mail a card and/or SASE to get my card in return.

I should be able to post pictures and other updates during the morning to
my @WD9EWK Twitter feed. This is an open feed, which can be viewed in a web
browser at:


if you don't use Twitter. Also, my location should be visible via APRS. I
use WD9EWK-9 as my call sign for APRS, and - among other sites - it should
be visible at:


during my drive to Show Low on Friday evening, as well as at the hamfest
Saturday morning. Other than on ISS passes, I won't leave my APRS radio
squawking once I have parked at the hamfest.

Thanks in advance, and 73!

Twitter: @WD9EWK
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